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 2006-07 Features 
A Day to Remember

Without question, March 9, 2007 has been perhaps the most significant day for the Binghamton Athletic Department since it moved up to th NCAA Division I level six years ago. In a span less than 24 hours, three of the most important athletic accomplishments in Binghamton University's history transpired.
 
BU BU bubearcats Bearcat Soccer Q & A

BU soccer standouts Barry Neville and Nicole Montoya take a break from their busy schedules to talk about the recent fall season and what lies ahead on the pitch for the Bearcats next fall.
 
 
photoWrestling program's success showcased on espn.com

Last year's squad struggled mightily, but when Popolizio was brought in this year, things started to change. He comes with a winning pedigree, having wrestled at Oklahoma State, and he helped lead a resurgence as an assistant coach at American University.
 
 
bubearcatsMen's Basketball stuns ACC member Miami

The trip to Miami began rather ominously, when the team’s commercial plane lost the use of one of its engines on its descent, which necessitated a hasty greeting from assorted fire and rescue vehicles on the runway. But one day later in the BankUnited Center, the Binghamton men’s basketball team was clicking on all cylinders as it shocked University of Miami 79-74 in the greatest victory in the program’s history.
 
bubearcats Friendly Faces, Different Places

When the Binghamton University swimming and diving teams head to nearby Hamilton, N.Y. to take on host Colgate and UMass in double-dual competition, it will be more than just another meet for the Bearcats' first-year head coach Sean Clark and his assistant Aimee Bourassa.
 
bubearcatsAll-Around Ace

The old adage says the jack of all trades is the master of none. Clearly, no one has explained this to Megan Hoag. A standout in the classroom, on the court and across campus, the senior volleyball player not only does it all, but does it all incredibly well.
 
bubearcatsRising to a Unique Challenge

The start of the 2006-07 Binghamton women's basketball season is still a few weeks away. Junior guard Laura Sario, however, has already taken the task of balancing academics and athletics to a higher level this semester. Last month, she represented her native Finland in the European Qualification Championships. At the same time, she was keeping up with her academics at Binghamton through the internet.
 
 
bubearcatsAll In the Family

Former baseball standout Jerry Gaube enters Binghamton Athletic Hall of Fame on October 13. In the nearly three decades since his playing career ended, his entire family has played a significant part in the Binghamton sports community 
 
 
lacrosseBearcat Lax Q & A

This past summer, senior women's lacrosse player Danielle Edwards and junior teammate Leanne Musso spent two weeks competing abroad in Australia with USA Athletes International, Inc., a non-profit organization dedicated to giving amateur athletes and coaches the opportunity to compete internationally. 
 
 
bubearcats All Practice, No Play

They come from different parts of New York State, have differing experiences and varied career goals, yet seven young men have come together for one common goal at Binghamton University - to better the women's basketball team.
2005-06 Features
America East Five Year Anniversary
April 18, 2006 marked the five-year anniversary of Binghamton's formal acceptance into the America East Conference. It was a day that, without question, remains one of the defining moments in the history of the Binghamton Athletic Department.

BU baseball player Hitchcock takes "performance" to new level
He can hit the fastball, hit the books and also hit the high notes. Since arriving on the Vestal campus two years ago, Binghamton University junior Brendon Hitchcock has truly done it all.

Former BU lacrosse player fights uphill battle after accident
As a freshman, David Streeten was the premier face-off man on a Binghamton lacrosse squad that was picked to finish sixth in the seven team America East Conference. Instead, the Bearcats went unblemished in the regular season conference schedule. But that season’s accomplishments were minute compared to those Streeten has made since a near fatal accident that happened the following summer.
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